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ShaneO (#47009366)
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Janice Hollandsworth
Pvt James B Ellis
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=147501496

Application can be removed.

Added by Janice Hollandsworth on Jun 21, 2016 10:57 AM

PonemahPat
KIA Vietnam
Donald Radics 1945 1968 FGM# 155357957

Added by PonemahPat on Jun 19, 2016 7:35 PM

Michael Joseph Murphy
Lt. Elmer Namoski
Thanks Shane, I am sorry that you Dad was treated disrespectful. My draft number was 143 in 1970 so I am not a vet. I was Gung ho until my buddies brother was killed in Vietnam after on month. Went to his wake after sevreal weeks after he was ambushed. The Marine guards stood by his glass enclosed coffin. It brought that war right in front of me. I thought then, not for me. Thank them and ALL vets got their service. I just shook the hand of a WW II vet, had on cap. I did add the original number to my memorial page. Thank you
Mike

Added by Michael Joseph Murphy on Jun 18, 2016 7:36 AM

Michael Joseph Murphy
Elmer C Namoski
I see that you have noted that the memorial I have created for my cousin Lt. Elmer C. Namoski is a duplicate. My Great Uncle, Elmer's father must have been in great pain to lose his son in War. The monument he erected to Lt. Namoski and the adjoining 10 plots for his parents, siblings and my grandparents, as you see is in Cleveland, Elmer's hometown. I contacted the USS Intrepid museum in NYC and found he indeed was stationed on that CV-11 aircraft carrier. Although the monument indicates, he was lost at sea, I have added the information about the Manila Philippians cemetery location already. Mine has information about his military and personal life. I want researchers from my family as well as others to find him. That is why I created a memorial page to a hero who gave his life for his country.

Added by Michael Joseph Murphy on Jun 17, 2016 5:47 AM

kay
photo requets
I believe Geoff Stafford has photos ofall the headstones at Central Kona ----
cemetery. His email is tombstones_hi@yahoo.com
If he doesn't have them let me know and i can drive up there and take those 4 picture. Kay

Added by kay on Jun 16, 2016 5:31 PM

Martin Douglas Packer
Help! Urgent!! "Holy Cross"???
Shane, I think I may have gotten my 'Holy Cross' cemeteries confused! Can you check/correct? MDP

Bucella, PVT Robert M 163258896
b. Aug. 15, 1920 d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Cemetery
North Arlington
Bergen County
New Jersey, USA

Chiarieri, PVT Edward D. 163270606
b. unknown d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Burial Park an...
East Brunswick
Middlesex County
New Jersey, USA

Gadek, PVT John W. 163270693
b. unknown d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Burial Park an...
East Brunswick
Middlesex County
New Jersey, USA

Gallagher, Francis X 163258818
b. Jun. 6, 1925 d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Cemetery
North Arlington
Bergen County
New Jersey, USA

Kosiorowski, PVT Stephen E. 98258828
b. unknown d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Cemetery
North Arlington
Bergen County
New Jersey, USA

McHugh, PVT John J 163270764
b. unknown d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Burial Park an...
East Brunswick
Middlesex County
New Jersey, USA

Added by Martin Douglas Packer on Jun 07, 2016 3:40 PM

Martin Douglas Packer
Anthony Cutrone: location query?
47009366

"Hello
You have 1 for Gate Of Heaven in Pennsylvania. Do you mean Gate Of Heaven in Hanover, New Jersey ?. I have been there several times.
Ken"

ShaneO, it's not a memorial that I created but you added the application for the gravestone, but is it the right location, please? Regards, Martin.

Added by Martin Douglas Packer on May 29, 2016 2:31 AM

Martin Douglas Packer
Help! Urgent!! "Holy Cross"?
Shane, I think I may have gotten my 'Holy Cross' cemeteries confused! Can you check/correct? MDP

Bucella, PVT Robert M 163258896
b. Aug. 15, 1920 d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Cemetery
North Arlington
Bergen County
New Jersey, USA

Chiarieri, PVT Edward D. 163270606
b. unknown d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Burial Park an...
East Brunswick
Middlesex County
New Jersey, USA

Gadek, PVT John W. 163270693
b. unknown d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Burial Park an...
East Brunswick
Middlesex County
New Jersey, USA

Gallagher, Francis X 163258818
b. Jun. 6, 1925 d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Cemetery
North Arlington
Bergen County
New Jersey, USA

Kosiorowski, PVT Stephen E. 98258828
b. unknown d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Cemetery
North Arlington
Bergen County
New Jersey, USA

McHugh, PVT John J 163270764
b. unknown d. Mar. 20, 1944
Holy Cross Burial Park an...
East Brunswick
Middlesex County
New Jersey, USA

Added by Martin Douglas Packer on May 27, 2016 6:16 AM

Martin Douglas Packer
Holy Cross, NJ
Please confirm the exact location for your 'Holy Cross', NJ?

"The Sherborne 29"
Arlington, VA = 1
Beverly, NJ = 8
Cambridge, England = 5
Cathedral, PA = 1
Fort Defiance, AZ = 1
Freeman, MS = 1
Gate of Heaven, PA = 1
Geo. Washington, NJ = 1
Holy Cross, NJ = 5
Holy Cross, PA = 1
Odd Fellows, NJ = 1
St. John, NY = 1
St. Mary's, NJ = 1
Transfiguration, PA = 1

Added by Martin Douglas Packer on May 27, 2016 5:48 AM

Amy
RE: Arthur Nixon group
Good Morning Shane!!
I added the photo to the Gudger memorial. Do you think I should add the picture to the others while the older photo is still there?
As a curiosity, do you see my photos upright or sideways? I see them all upright on whatever device I am using, but I've been told some of them appear sideways to others.
Hope you are well! :-) A

Added by Amy on May 16, 2016 7:40 AM

Stacy Nguyen
RE: Mats and Mary Swedenborg
Hi Shane, you told me months ago to contact you again in the spring to see about retaking pictures of Mats and Mary Swedenborg's graves. Would you still be willing to do that? Thanks so much!

Added by Stacy Nguyen on Apr 20, 2016 8:48 AM

soilsister
RE: Panama --Corazal
Kennedy Farell James is not in the ABMC records

Added by soilsister on Apr 11, 2016 2:49 AM

Tim Cook
Robert W Madsen 1944
# 120802580 Photo volunteer says he surveyed entire cemetery, found nothing. I remember you telling me to change cemetery name but wondering if correct county?

Added by Tim Cook on Apr 08, 2016 7:11 PM

Genealogy Queen
RE: Amon
Just reminding you that I'd like the Cleland Amon memorial transferred.

Added by Genealogy Queen on Feb 22, 2016 7:47 AM

Judith
Comeal Andrews
Comeal Andrews is my Grand-Uncle, the brother of my Grandfather. He is buried in Crystal Springs Cemetery, located in Washington Parish, Louisiana. Thank you for honoring and remembering him. I am planning to visit in 2016 and will be stopping at that cemetery to get headstone photographs. We have several family member buried in that cemetery.

Added by Judith on Nov 17, 2015 7:07 PM

Kathie Rodgers
RE: Edward Novak #154179232
Yes that is the same Edward Novak listed on the memorial at Greenwood Cemetery. I have found out that the memorial is everyone from the area who died in the war but not necessarily buried there. So will you be deleting the other Edward Novak from Greenwood. There is another Edward Novak who served in WW II and is buried in Swan Lake but he survived the war. I was walking Greenwood today and found a headstone I didn't know if you had I will upload if you don't the inscription told of this person being captured at the Battle of the Bulge and died somewhere in Germany. It's for PFC. Charles A. Lubke do you have a memorial for him?

Kathie Rodgers

Added by Kathie Rodgers on Nov 14, 2015 3:05 PM

Cheryl Larkin
Corp. Harry Rudolph Anderson
Dear Shane, I want to thank you for being out there and doing what you doI stumbled upon your website and there was my father..I still have the telegram listing him as missing in action. The last letter he wrote my mom said he couldn't tell her where he was, but that it would all be over soon and he would be coming home to usMy mother lost contact with his family and I had 3 pictures and stories to tell me who my dad was. I always intended to go to Minnesota and find my "roots". Time passes, work, family, stuff gets in the way and I never made that trip..Now that I am in the December of my life it's funny how one wants to complete things..going through some old files, my fathers birth certificate was still in the small brown envelope, along with the telegram. This led me to looking up May 27,1945, the date on the telegram, and Tinian where he was listed as missing in action. After seeking different squadrons with names listed..I just typed in Harry Rudolph Anderson and there you were with a picture of my Father I had never seen..thank you for giving me another glimpse of my history. Sincerely, Cheryl Ann Anderson..Larkin

Added by Cheryl Larkin on Oct 26, 2015 1:00 PM

Karen
RE: Splendid Thanks!
Live in Chippewa County. How can I help?

Added by Karen on Sep 21, 2015 7:46 AM

Judyanne Waters
May I use your picture?
Another cemetery in Marshall County is Salem.
May I use your picture of the cemetery entrance/gates? Thanks, Judy

Added by Judyanne Waters on Jul 03, 2015 12:34 PM

Carol Taylor-Lanza
Orville Burton Severson
Shane thank you so much for keeping these men's memories alive in so many ways. My husband and I truly appreciate you. I sponsored Buddy's page so there will not be ads on it anymore. He deserves that. Also it will allow me to add more photos which I've been able to get some from his nieces. Thank you again and my God Bless you and your fellow comrades.

Added by Carol Taylor-Lanza on Jun 06, 2015 7:19 PM

KevinB
Inquiry on James O'Brien
Hi Shane,

I have a question James O'Brien. The 2nd LT buried in OH. It listed you as creator. In description it said he was captured and killed by the Japanese. I am wondering where did you get this information. Was it from the POW record? I could not find anything on NARA. The reason I am asking is because my great uncle Junius D Jenkins was on the same plane and he was listed as MIA. I am trying to find more about him. Was it an engine failure? Or was it shot down? Do you by chance have more information about James O'Brien, and that will help find what happened to the rest of his crews. My grandpa wrote in his journal that someone told him the plane was crashed 80 miles inland. On the website it says it was lost at sea.

If we can find which camp he was at, maybe he had told the story about the plane to some other POWs who survived from the war.

Thank you in advance for your help! I really appreciate all your effort in doing this!

Thanks again,

Kevin

Added by KevinB on May 04, 2015 3:37 PM

Bob Karberg
RE: Dillard Crawley
Thank you for your most recent email. Be advised the duplicate photo was deleted. Please note Dillard's monument is located in the Citizens Cemetery, Coconino County, Flagstaff, AZ; not the Calvary Cemetery.

Added by Bob Karberg on May 03, 2015 7:16 AM

Tim Cook
New virtual cemetery
I've added a new VC called "Added for March 1945."

Not all entries are for March 1945 but most are. You can look and select any you want to add to yours. About the middle of next month I will change it to the next corresponding month and add new names...

Added by Tim Cook on Mar 17, 2015 7:33 AM

dm wms
Re: Gregory Regnier
I received an edit request from you to remove the memorial for my uncle. He was buried in Belgium during the war and we have records that verify that. If you will notice, on his memorial there is a note indicating that he was removed and interred at his final resting place and the memorial that documents that grave. I do not intend to remove either of the memorials. He was buried in each place and deserves a place in both. Thank you for you suggestion, but it is important to us, his family, that where he rested is honored as well as he, himself.

Added by dm wms on Feb 02, 2015 9:28 PM

Joan Bartz
RE: Clayton Lee Adams
If the memorials are merged, who will managed the single memorial? The contributor who created the original doesn't respond when I have asked info to be added to his memorials. The contributor who created the "duplicate" not only recorded the historical info provided by a soldier who saw Clayton's temporary grave soon after his death, but he also added the information about my father. Even though I am a relative, I am not within the Find A Grave guidelines, so it wouldn't be transferred to me. So, for these reasons, I'd rather have the duplicates.

Added by Joan Bartz on Jan 04, 2015 8:41 PM

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